Wodonga Senior Secondary College

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Wodonga Senior Secondary College
Address
69 Woodland St
Wodonga, Victoria, 3690, Australia
Coordinates 36°07′34″S 146°52′49″E / 36.12611°S 146.88028°E / -36.12611; 146.88028Coordinates: 36°07′34″S 146°52′49″E / 36.12611°S 146.88028°E / -36.12611; 146.88028
Information
Type State, Secondary, Co-ed
Motto Every student, every opportunity, success for all
Established 2005-2006
Acting Principal Vern Hilditch
Years offered 10-12
Colour(s) Blue and Black

Wodonga Senior Secondary College is a public school in Wodonga, Victoria. It was formed in 2005-2006 when the three public schools in Wodonga; Wodonga High School, Wodonga West Secondary College, and Mitchell Secondary College merged and pooled resources, as part of a plan to address long-term population growth in Wodonga.[1] The plan saw the restructure of the public schools in Wodonga, with the formation of Wodonga Middle Years College to specialise in the education of students in Years 7, 8 and 9, and Wodonga Senior Secondary College to specialise in the education of Years 10, 11 and 12.[2] The two colleges are loosely associated.

Wodonga Senior Secondary College is based on the grounds and facilities of the former Wodonga High School. The new campus has many facilities, a new technology centre, arts wing and performing arts center.

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